HOW TO ID POS­SI­BLY TRAF­FICKED PEO­PLE

Cosmopolitan (South Africa) - - REPORT -

AC­CORD­ING TO STOP TRAF­FICK­ING OF PEO­PLE, THEY… • Are mal­nour­ished, un­kempt and fear­ful, with signs of phys­i­cal abuse • Are drugged/ not fully alert • Have some­one speak­ing on their be­half even if they are asked a ques­tion di­rectly • Have few per­sonal items – but have a cell­phone • Are not paid or are paid very lit­tle • Seem anx­ious, dis­trust­ful and sus­pi­cious of au­thor­i­ties • Have re­cently ar­rived in the coun­try/re­gion and might not speak the lan­guage • Do not have their ID/pass­port, or some­one else has them • Live and work in the same place • Are not free to come and go as they please

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